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Tuesday, 23 April, 2019

A decision to implement Stage 2 water restrictions in Euroa and Violet Town has been made by Goulburn Valley Water following months of dry and warm conditions.

Restrictions will be in accordance with GVW’s Bylaw 512 and came into effect from Thursday 11th April and will remain in place until further notice.

Storages in the Euroa system, which supplies both Euroa and Violet Town, are sitting at about 22% and demand continues to be high due to warm autumn weather.

Improvement works underway this year on the original Abbinga storage dam are also affecting storage levels.

Strathbogie Shire CEO, Steve Crawcour said Council is working with Goulburn Valley Water to reduce its operational water usage and use alternate supplies of water, including raw water, where possible.

“We have had discussions and assistance from Goulburn Valley Water to look at where we can reduce Council’s water usage, as well as ensuring the shire’s essential assets are maintained where possible,” Mr Crawcour explained.

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Tuesday, 16th April, 2019

A continued focus on strong investment in infrastructure is planned for Strathbogie Shire Council’s 2019/20 draft budget, with a proposed $8.3 million Capital Works Program.
 
The draft, which was released for public exhibition following the recent Ordinary Council Meeting, proposes that Council comes under the state-imposed rate cap this financial year.
 
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Thursday, 16 April, 2019

Young people aged 14-19 from Strathbogie Shire had the opportunity to attend the Youth Politics Camp.

This year, 29 young people from Alpine, Benalla, Indigo, Strathbogie and Towong Shires attended the camp in Harrietville for three days at the beginning of the school holidays.

Coinciding with Victorian Youth Week, the camp focused on the environment, which is a hot topic of conversation, particularly among young people.

A partnership between Alpine, Benalla, Indigo, Strathbogie and Towong Shire, this camp is the only one of its kind in Victoria and was a YACVic Rural Youth Award finalist in 2018.

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Friday, 12 April, 2019

Council has released its draft Waste & Resource Recovery Strategy which is available for public comment until 5pm Friday 3rd May, and we want your feedback!

The strategy will guide the development and improvement of current waste and resource recovery practices to ensure sustainable outcomes for the collection, disposal and recovery of resources from waste generated in the shire over the next five years.

To provide feedback on the draft strategy, it must be provided in writing either via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by dropping in a written submission to Council Offices at 109A Binney Street.

The strategy can be viewed on Council’s website www.strathbogie.vic.gov.au/council/about-council/public-notices and copies are available for viewing at Council Offices and at the libraries across the Strathbogie Shire.

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